Hyaluronic acid gel
Non Cross Linked Hyaluronic Acid Filler
1:Packed in Blister inside, Aluminum foil bag or box outside.
2:Inside and outside the carton have shock bag protection to reduce vibration.
3:pecial package is available referring to your requirements.
It works as a surgical aid in ophthalmic anterior and posterior segment surgery including: Cataract extraction, Corneal transparent, Glaucoma, Filtering and Secondary lens implantation. Non cross linked hyaluronic acid gel is a kind of clear liquid gel which is compounded by Sodium Hyaluronate and Physiological balance salt. Non cross linked hyaluronic acid gel is a well-established adjunct to cataract ophthalmic surgery. Its very good tolerability provides further impetus for examination of its potential role in ophthalmological indications. Within ophthalmology, hyaluronic acid was initially developed as an intraocular viscoelastic.
Non cross linked hyaluronic acid gel are made from medical sodium hyaluronate through cross-linking. They apply to laparoscopic surgery and other abdominal and pelvic surgeries, and can reduce the incidence of postoperative adhesions and degree of adhesion effectively.
Spread the product on the rough surface of postoperative adhesion. With no surface groups in its molecule and no covalet binding with the protein, it can exist as free chain in the body for lubrication, moisture preservation and mechanical isolation, prevening adhesions.
|Injection hyaluronic acid for knees is to remove painful and can treat arthritis. It injects into intra articular and as a supplement to lubricate joint.Non cross linked hyaluronic acid gel helps to lubricate the joint and may be a treatment option if the surfaces of the joint have become rough, but there's not too much inflammation.|
Bouliga should be injected by a qualified physician or properly licensed practitioner.Tell your healthcare professional if you have any known allergies before Bouliga is administered.The safety and effectiveness of Bouliga have not been shown in pregnant or nursing women. You should tell your healthcare professional if you are pregnant or nursing.
Side effects are sometimes seen when Bouliga is injected into the knee joint. These can include pain, swelling, heat, rash, itching, bruising, and/or redness. You may also feel achy. The skin at the injection site may become thinner or change colour. You may experience facial flushing. These reactions are generally mild and do not last long.
If any of these symptoms or signs appear after you are given Bouliga, or if you have any other problems, you should call or visit your healthcare professional.